Cornish full bust independents Mish Online have been given an exclusive first access to Panache‘s now award-winning sports bra, in the gorgeous Coppafeel! campaign colour. Coppafeel are the most incredible breast cancer awareness charity, which encourages women of all ages to get breast aware and check their boobs for any possible signs of cancer on a regular basis.
Once in a blue moon do we feature something not associated with the world of lingerie, and it does have to be something very special. But this time, it’s for charity, and something we both took part in, so it deserves a mention. Plus, I got in my smalls to help promote the cause, so technically it’s linked, right?
Congrats to Katie, winner of my blog birthday competition. It was so hard to pick just one of your fantastic entries and if I had my way you’d all get prizes for being such good sports and entering and celebrating my blog birthday and Breast Cancer Awareness Month with me… Breast cancer awareness month is almost over for another year – where did that month go?! For some people it goes past without them even knowing – apart from maybe an influx of pink ribbons – but for some of us it’s a huge deal.
Did you see the huge bra that Vanish commissioned in aid of spreading Breast Cancer Awareness? Image credit: http://www.fieldmarketing.com Vanish are doing their bit to help to spread the word and raise much needed funds for research into prevention, diagnosis and treatment for an illness which touches the lives of so many women in the UK.
One of Coppafeel’s posters – one of the most philanthropic boob tubes I’ve ever seen. Kristin Hallenga, founder and CEO of Coppafeel is such an inspirational lady. Having been diagnosed with breast cancer in her twenties, she strives to spread the word about breast cancer awareness all year round, not just in October. Coppafeel is a charity which stives to raise awareness about checking your breasts regularly for any signs of change and to act quickly should any be found.
Paloma Faith and La Senza have designed a unique collection of beautiful vintage-inspired underwear and sleepwear to raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer Care and help support the 50,000 people diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the UK. A donation from every La Senza product purchased goes to Breast Cancer Care.
Beckie over at the Busts 4 Justice blog has written this charming little post about the latest from the breast cancer charity Coppafeel. I suggest you go check it out – It could save your life! Image credits: Images by Coppafeel